It is the members and visitors to the Greensborough RSL (the Club) who make it a success and so, in turn, the club takes a very serious view of its responsibilities to our patrons and the community.  The RSL has set in place its own policies and regulations to maintain the safety and security of its facilities and that of its patrons, as well as adhering to the laws governing its operation.  Members and visitors are asked to abide by these regulations and policies and to follow all directions given by staff and management at all times.

Entry to Licensed Premises and Sale of Liquor

The Greensborough RSL is governed by the Regulations of the Victorian Liquor Licensing Laws which restricts entry to the club based on the following criteria:

Restrictions Register in
Visitor's book
Member's Guest
Remain in company of
member at all times
Reciprocal Member
Must reside outside
5km radius of club
Applicant for membership
Valid for 30 days after applying
Attendees to private function
Must sign on entering the club
Remain in company of
responsible adult at all times

Members are required to display their membership card upon entry to the Club and are also required to present it to staff or management upon request.  Visitors and guests are required to present a suitable form of identification showing proof of age and/or proof of residence.  Acceptable forms of age/proof of residence identification are:

  • a photographic driver’s licence or learner’s permit;
  • a proof of age card issued by a Government department or approved entity
  • (e.g.  18+ card or Victorian ‘Keypass’); or
  • Australian or foreign passport.

Acceptable forms of residential identification include:

  • above listed age identification form;
  • vehicle registration document showing address; or
  • Council rate notice showing address.

The Greensborough RSL has reciprocal membership relationships with over 100 RSL sub-branches including those in South Australia and Tasmania.  Minors are children under 18 years of age and are only allowed on club premises in the company of a responsible adult.  Children are permitted in the restaurant (Bardia Bistro) and lounge areas (downstairs) of the Club, but not permitted in the gaming and TAB areas or near a bar at any time.  Children are also not permitted on the dance floor during live entertainment to ensure the safety of themselves and other patrons.  The Jumpin’ Joey’s kid’s playroom area is provided for the entertainment of children for short periods of time.  It is the responsibility of parents/guardians to regularly check and monitor their children/grand children who are using the playroom.

Note:   Parents/guardians/grandparents/friends responsible for supervising children in the Jumpin’ Joey’s playroom, must be dining in the Bardia Bistro at the time.

Dress Regulations

To maintain the high standards enjoyed in the Club, dress regulations/standards must be abided by.

The following dress is NOT PERMITTED AT ANY TIME:

  • Football shorts, stubbies or short shorts
  • Training apparel
  • Headwear
  • Baseball caps
  • Bare feet
  • Scuffs
  • Moccasins
  • Torn or dirty joggers
  • Offensive t-shirts
  • Singlets
  • Bike shorts
  • Untidy, faded or frayed clothing
  • Swimwear
  • Torn or untidy tracksuits
  • Leotards

Appearance must be clean, neat and tidy at all times.

Obscene /offensive language or clothing will not be tolerated.

Management decision shall be final in all matters relating to Dress and Behaviour.

Responsible Service of Alcohol

The Greensborough RSL (the Club) requires all staff to be trained in the Responsible Service of Alcohol to be able to:

  • identify customers to whom service may be refused;
  • prepare and serve alcoholic beverages responsibly;
  • assist customers to drink within appropriate limits; and
  • assist alcohol affected customers.

The Club’s policy is to serve members and guests with alcoholic beverages in a professional, responsible and friendly manner. The Australian community and governments take alcohol-related issues such as drink driving and violence very seriously, as does the RSL.

Responsible Service of Gaming

Responsible gambling occurs in a regulated environment where the potential for harm associated with gambling is minimised and patrons make informed decisions about their participation in gambling.  Responsible gambling occurs as a result of the collective actions and shared ownership by individuals, communities, the gambling industry and Government to achieve outcomes that are socially responsible and responsive to community concerns.

The Greensborough RSL aims to provide an environment that:

  • ensures the integrity and fairness of games;
  • ensures the probity of those involved in the conduct of gaming machine gambling; and
  • minimises the potential harm for gaming machine gambling.